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When you buy investment property, you have to remember that you are in fact a landlord. The decisions that you make will directly affect the tenant that receives housing from you. Whether or not you have a property manager, you will need to have a tenant agreement for any property that you lease. Collecting rent checks when they are on time is probably one of the best parts about owning a property. Sitting and waiting for the check to arrive after it is already late is a completely different stor...read more
Marketing is all around us whether we choose to acknowledge it or not. Even in real estate, marketing is a big part of the game plan of every successful investor. Some real estate agents might spend a lot of time with offline clients. Building a network is important, but learning real estate marketing for real estate investors can really supercharge your investing business. Great marketing is what separates investors that retire early and those that might never retire from their day job. The Inte...read more
The talk over 30 years ago was retirement at age 60. Workers could have a 30+ year career and have plenty money to live peacefully. The days before social security was threatened and inflation was low are long gone. Modern workers and those approaching retirement of often ask how much money do you need to retire. The simple answer that has been used by financial planners for decades is 5 to 8 times your annual salary at retirement age. This one-size fits all approach is hardly correct in today...read more
HOA or Home Owner's Association are a part of some communities. The development and preservation of a community can be in part controlled by its HOA. When you purchase an investment property, the home could be part of a Home Owner's Association. Regardless if you agree with the dues payments, renting a property in a nice neighborhood is what can grow your income. As a savvy real estate investor, you are probably wondering are HOA fees tax deductible. These fees are treated differently ...read more
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What is a Pay Rent or Quit Notice?
When you buy investment property, you have to remember that you are in fact a landlord. The decisions that you make will directly affect the tenant that receives housing from you. Whether or not you have a property manager, you will need to have a te...
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